Why this Primary School has gone viral during KCPE exams [PHOTO]

This is why..

Pupils of Shikokhwe Primary School in Malava were caught on camera sitting for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams in a classroom that was in a dilapidated state.

The picture was circulated on social media with many condemning the leaders in the area for not improving the pupils learning environment.

Former Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale took the opportunity to shame Governor Wycliffe Oparanya noting that he was doing little for the area.

Mr Oparanya defended himself stating: "The county government of Kakamega has already build two classrooms in that school. We're also building 3 more classes to make 5 in total".

Here are the reactions.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Wheelbarrow gets new meaning during Ruto's tour of Ukambani

Wheelbarrow gets new meaning during Ruto's tour of Ukambani

Find out why Kenya is at the forefront in assessing the security situation in Mali

Find out why Kenya is at the forefront in assessing the security situation in Mali

Supreme Court stops Anne Kananu's Swearing-in as Nairobi Governor

Supreme Court stops Anne Kananu's Swearing-in as Nairobi Governor

Wawira Njiru named UN Person of the Year in Kenya

Wawira Njiru named UN Person of the Year in Kenya

200 Kenyan students flown to Israel for advanced training

200 Kenyan students flown to Israel for advanced training

I organized a crowd for Raila during Eldoret visit - Oscar Sudi spills

I organized a crowd for Raila during Eldoret visit - Oscar Sudi spills

It's my first time - watch Moses Kuria walking unaided after accident [Video]

It's my first time - watch Moses Kuria walking unaided after accident [Video]

Leaders of Islamic State and Al Qaeda killed within a span of 24 hours

Leaders of Islamic State and Al Qaeda killed within a span of 24 hours

Mike Sonko reacts to court clearing swearing-in of Anne Kananu

Mike Sonko reacts to court clearing swearing-in of Anne Kananu